Lidocaine

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Synonyms for Lidocaine

a local anesthetic (trade names Lidocaine and Xylocaine) used topically on the skin and mucous membranes

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Applied before a medium-depth peel with 35% trichloroacetic acid on the faces of 10 adults, liposomal lidocaine was as effective as EMLA and better than placebo in reducing pain in a 2000 study.
Comparison of skin anesthetic effect of liposomal lidocaine nonliposomal lidocaine and EMLA using 30-minute application time.
Unlike the EMLA cream, it doesn't require a 60 minute waiting period.
1) In 40 of the total patients EMLA cream was applied prior to venous cannulation.
3,5,13] We did not find an increase in success associated with the use of EMLA, but the number of cases in which EMLA was used was small.
20 In the study by Jimenez et al, the efficacy of J-Tip and EMLA in reducing pain during IV cannulation and placement was compared.
2009; Goldman, Ipp, Manley, Weisbrot, & Taddio, 2009), other studies have found it as effective as EMLA, especially when combined with distraction (Reis & Holubkov, 1997).
The EMLA participated in the editing of Estonian version of the International library statistics standard (ISO 2789: 2013) "Information and Documentation".
We could find no reports documenting the efficacy of EMLA cream in a field setting for the management of pain related to short procedures.
1,9,10 EMLA creme, topical amethicone and oral paracetamol are not effective alone in heel stick and intra-muscular (IM) injection procedures.
11) For children over one year, the required dose is 5g of topical local anaesthetic --5g tubes of EMLA are available in New Zealand without prescription.
The company manufactures products like EMLA, Diprivan, Betaloc, Atacanf, Tenorectic, Xyloproct, Naropin and Lexxel.
Good results have been obtained in the reduction of chronic pain after breast surgery with perioperative administration of venlafaxine, mexiletine with gabapentin, a eutectic mixture of local anesthetics (EMLA), and a combined treatment with EMLA and gabapentin [14].